Creative Landscape Photography
Today I discovered a great portfolio of Japaneese photographer Hiroshi Ichikawa. His is specialized in photographing the Mount Fuji. Can you imagine, about 400 images only about one subject?! Amazing.
I think his portfolio is a great example of creativeness. In how many ways you can make pictures of your favorite subject? 5-6? What about 400? :)
If you want to make photos of some famous overshooted landmark and feel empty of ideas, browsing Hiroshi Ichikawa's portfolio will definitely give you some inspiration.
There are lot of tips about how to be more creative:
● shoot in different lighting conditions - golden hours is wonderful time, but not the only one
● try different angles, different direction - near, far, tele, wideangle
● choose different background, different foreground
● frame your subject in different ways
Lots of possibilities. Here are some examples of Hiroshi Ichikawa's work, and here is his portfolio: Yujiro portfolio
Photo credits: Hiroshi Ichikawa.
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